Youth Online ClarinetPlay


We have been awarding a Special Prize Jugend Musiziert for 20 years. Since this competition has been stopped this year, we want to offer the clarinet youth the opportunity to post videos of musical contributions of their own choice on our website.

What’s in it for me?

Your video is looked at by famous clarinetists. It is published on our website and shared in social media.

And of course we give prizes!


  1. Prize – 500 €
  2. Prize – 1 clarinet backpack with our logo
  3. Prize – 1 Herbert WURLITZER A/B-clarinet mouthpiece of your choice


Links (Youtube, Vimeo) to your videos with recorded music can be submitted to us via email. We invite the clarinetists, who are represented on our artist page with a profile, to rate the contributions online.

If you don’t have your own YouTube account, you can also send us the video via Wetransfer. We then put it on our YouTube channel.

Please send the entry form now and the videos later, so we know how many participants there will be.


Submissions are possible from now on until 30 May 2020 at the latest.
The winners will be announced on 18 June 2020.

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How do I participate?

If you want to participate, please fill out the participation form.
We already wish you a lot of fun and look forward to the contributions!

What does the video have to be like?

You don’t have to bring studio quality. Just get started with the equipment you have.

Age groups

Age group I dob 2009-2013 and later
Age group II dob 2004-2008
Age group III dob 1999-2003


Please register as a single participant and indicate in the field on the bottom of the application form who you are playing with. Also indicate the date of birth of your ensemble members.


Which pieces are wanted?
We do not specify categories.

Should several pieces be played?
A maximum of three pieces may be submitted.

May I submit only one piece?
Of course. The quantity does not matter.

In which line-ups can you participate? E.g. also clarinet ensemble (trio / quartet)?
Clarinet ensembles are possible. The ensemble as a whole is then assessed.

What if my teacher is one of the evaluating artists?
This cannot always be avoided. In the case of exams at universities or at graduation, one’s own teacher also evaluates the performance. We assume fair play.